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Seeking to know, love, and serve God

THE STORY:  Sundays, 4:30-5:45 pm, Room 304.   An abridged, chronological Bible that reads like a novel, helps people understand God’s Word more fully and engage with it more easily. Contact Amanda Moore at

THE HOLE IN OUR GOSPEL:  Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, Room 313

Contact Eva Jane Felts at

MIDWEEK REFRESH:  JESUS 120, Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00 pm, Room 211.  Looking for a midweek refresher?  The setting is casual with coffee and fellowship. Contact Chris at

GRIEFSHARE:  We must go to God for comfort and encouragement when someone dear to us dies.  GriefShare helps teach us how to “restore our soul”. Contact Polly Baucom at 336-924-1147, Barbara Martin at 336-692-5154 and, Donna Staley at 336-788-7060.  A new session is anticipated soon.

ARDMORE STITCHERS:  Wednesdays, 10:00 am-12:00 pm, Room 314.  Come out Wednesday mornings and you too can stitch with love. Items made are shared with those in the hospital and in our community. Contact Nancy Norton at

UNITED METHODIST MEN (UMM):    All men of the church are invited to meetings and dinners held on the third Tuesday of every other month (begin in January).  Contact Kevin Heath at 

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN (UMW):    Meetings and Circles continue throughout the year.  Contact Nancy Norton at

YOUNG AT HEART:   The fourth Tuesday of each month, 11:45 am, Bob Martin Hall.  Enjoy a meal and entertainment. We welcome old, young and in between…after all, we're all “young at heart.”  Contact Mary Jo Brewer at

WEDNESDAY FELLOWSHIP MEALS:   The first Wednesday of each month, 5:30-6:30 pm, Bob Martin Hall.  Join us for food and fellowship!  Details and reservation forms can be found in weekly bulletins.  Cost is $7.00 per person.  Contact Ellen Thompson at

ANNUAL WOMEN'S RETREAT:  Contact Sarah Blackwell at

Looking for ways to serve in community?

Check out our Serve Opportunities.


By all means we want you to come as your are. One of our main goals here is to make sure you feel comfortable. When you walk through our doors we want you to feel welcomed and loved every single time. We understand that no one is perfect. The only thing we can do is love each other and extend grace. 



We encourage everyone to bring their Bibles. God calls for us to dive into the word, and we want to do that together. Most of us carry arround a Bible in our pocket every day without thinking. Feel free to pull out your smart phones and open up your Bible on whatever app you wish. Let's read together.



​We believe that the goal of church is not to make people more religious but to help people fall more in love with God and therefore become more fully human. We believe that we are called to reach out to our neighbors both locally and globally and serve them in ways that make a difference. We believe that spiritual practices like prayer, reading the Bible, participating in small groups, fasting, and tithing are vital to our faith. We believe that this church is a movement and will continue to plant new sites to serve diverse neighborhoods in this city.




We want everyone involved as much as possible. In order to get started please make sure you meet these check points.

  • Pick the ministry that best fits you

  • ​Make sure you are available for the specific time


Once you pick out a ministry that is best for you these next steps are very important. Please follow these as closely as possible

  • Connect and engage with one another
  • Build relationships with one another
  • Go outside your comfort zone


Step 3 is the most important of them all! We want to make sure you follow this step through out the entire process even if it is the last step.

  • Have FUN
  • Build relationships